What is the correct mailbox delivery action in 2.3.3-2
jb1 at combatwombat.net
Fri Apr 21 06:29:02 EDT 2006
This behaviour has changed since the 2.2.x versions, because you can actualy
create all of these and deliver adhoc to any mailbox in 2.2.12.
But one question still stands, if I want to deliver directly to
user.jbasile.Draft, is this possible ?
From: Andrew Morgan [mailto:morgan at orst.edu]
Sent: Friday, 21 April 2006 2:34 AM
To: John Basile
Cc: info-cyrus at lists.andrew.cmu.edu
Subject: Re: What is the correct mailbox delivery action in 2.3.3-2
On Thu, 20 Apr 2006, John Basile wrote:
> Using Internal namespaces and 2.3.3-2 gives following results.
> If I create "user.jbasile" and NO INBOX, I can deliver an email and it
> appears at user.jbasile If I then create "user.jbasile.INBOX", I can
> deliver an email and it appears at user.jbasile, not at the INBOX
> Mailbox is
> user.jbasile (\HasChildren)
> user.jbasile.Draft (\HasNoChildren)
> user.jbasile.INBOX (\HasNoChildren)
> user.jbasile.Sent (\HasNoChildren)
> user.jbasile.Trash (\HasNoChildren)
> The ACL being set is
> user.jbasile: jbasile lrswipkxtecda cyrus lrswipkxtecda
> user.jbasile.Draft: jbasile lrswipkxtecda cyrus lrswipkxtecda
> user.jbasile.INBOX: jbasile lrswipkxtecda cyrus lrswipkxtecda
> user.jbasile.Sent: jbasile lrswipkxtecda cyrus lrswipkxtecda
> user.jbasile.Trash: jbasile lrswipkxtecda cyrus lrswipkxtecda
> What should happen ?
Uhh, user.jbasile *is* the INBOX. When an imap client connects to cyrus and
requests "INBOX" (a reserved name in IMAP), cyrus shows them the contents of
user.jbasile. There is no reason to create a subfolder named INBOX, and I
wonder what problems that might create to confuse imap clients.
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